Old TV commercial for Ajax from 1947 (thanks carlitosbug) with the animated singing elves!

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Old TV commercial for Ajax from 1947 (thanks carlitosbug) with the animated singing elves!

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  1. As I've mentioned previously, 'jsb', James "Shamus" Culhane's New York animation house produced this ad for Colgate-Palmolive-Peet around 1950 (usually seen on "THE COLGATE COMEDY HOUR")- Culhane had previously worked for Max Fleischer in the '30s, so that's why it appears to have that Fleischer/"Famous" look…

  2. The bigger elf with the deep voice was Thurl Ravenscroft of The Mello Men who
    sang for Disney (themes from "Zorro" and
    "David Crockett") and who was none other than the voice of Kellogg's "Tony the Tiger".

  3. The speaking voice does sound different
    (than Thurl's)but I wasn't aware that Joe Silver sang. I was mainly referring to the barbershop quartet singing in the background with the deep voice going bum,bum,bum,bum,bum,bum,…
    Was that J. Silver also?

  4. Ajax – "smells good???" Are You kidding me? It smells like chlorine bleach! The last I knew, chlorine was TOXIC! Poor misguided little cartoon elf/soap junkie.

  5. Reminds me of that scene in "Up In Smoke" where the blonde skank snorts Ajax off a paper plate and loses her shit. That's probably what those elves were doing just before they had this manic need to clean . . . everything in the frigging kitchen! Damn right they were on coke!

  6. @Juliaflo Thanks for the copy editing. Since we're talking language, typically one doesn't compose a legacy (one leaves a legacy) and it definitely isn't possible to compose a standard-bearer (the term standard-bearer refers to an individual). But I agree, what he did was remarkable and I appreciate your kind words.

  7. @ThisWorldMusic Nevertheless, this memorable jingle is, in my opinion, the standard by which many commercial jingles are measured. (This commercial is older than I am, but I won't tell, LOLOLOL).

    Happy New Year.

  8. You said it! This jingle is older than I am, but was 'en vogue' when I was born—-more or less. LOLOLOLOLOLOL.

    The best to you for the upcoming holiday season.

  9. A nice, lovely ad. At a time when people's attention span could last up to 1 full minute without interruptions… now ads have to have to be 15 seconds or less in order to be remembered lol.

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